Public Announcement from the Office of the Wake County Clerk of Superior Court In Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Effective March 20, clerks counters in Wake County Justice Center and Wake County Courthouse are staffed 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Local judicial officials have made decisions regarding local court proceedings in a memo to the Wake County Bar.
See the latest updates and announcements from the Judicial Branch on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation throughout the state.
The exhibit features a timeline of the lives and achievements of each judge and justice from 1968-2006.
James Ferguson, Fred Lind, and former Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson received the award on January 22 in Raleigh.
Mark your calendar with the following three opportunities to celebrate our Supreme Court of North Carolina!
Tabitha Holton’s 1878 law license is now part of the Supreme Court of North Carolina’s collection of historic legal artifacts.
Court of Appeals Chief Judge Linda McGee, Attorney Tom Davis, Writer/Director Tom Earnhardt were presented with Friend of the Court awards.
Over 150 middle and high school students participated in the 6th Annual Youth Law Day event held at the Wake County Courthouse.
Supreme Court Held Sessions in the North Carolina State Capitol to Celebrate Bicentennial Anniversary
As part of its bicentennial celebration, the Supreme Court of North Carolina held sessions of court in the N.C. State Capitol Building.